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Author Topic: Do you have to use Water Guard in your Taylor?  (Read 2648 times)

Taylor

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Do you have to use Water Guard in your Taylor?
« on: May 24, 2013, 07:19:27 PM »

We've had an outside Taylor wood stove for about 4 years and love it.  The dealer we bought it from moved and retired from selling Taylors.  We live in PA.  Our questions are:
Where can we buy the Water Guard to treat the water?
And could we use say something like Inhibitor Plus in our Taylor if we can't find the Water Guard?
Thanks for any info on this - we've been searching the internet and came across this website.
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Re: Do you have to use Water Guard in your Taylor?
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2013, 06:38:31 AM »

There is various forms of treatment, Taylor's take a lot of treatment that's for sure due to there enormous water capacities. 

If you need conventional boiler treatment like most other brands use I could get that for you
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